Cp. Friz Freleng’s “Racketeer Rabbit” from ca. 1947.
There was a Tracy villain, was there not, who would allegedly quote Shakespeare, complete with (spurious?) attributions?
The fellow in the blue, turned-around baseball cap looks a fair bit like Scooby-Doo’s Shaggy.
“But I can’t say Sylvester, George…”
Since Itchy was killed in December of 1945, let’s assume we want to calculate what $50,000 would be worth in 2020, based on a 1946 start date. According to the inflation calculator I used, it would be $657,408 today.
It might be borne in mind that “brother Oswold” at one point mused about visiting Tracytown. This might be part of that.
He hired a former IP lawyer from Disney. The one that has tear-tattoos on his face, carries brass knuckles in his briefcase, and weeps every time he hears Wagner.
It’s the guy from Door Dash, delivering the order of Tibetan takeout.
No doubt my friend Mitch will quote Svengoolie on the subject of “Berwyn?!”
Interesting, when you think that one of the tropes of animated cartoons (think of the comic that’s been shown) is an animated character drawing holes and tunnels on walls.